Don’t be put off by the fact that The Regency is London’s most famous, best looking, and most photographed cafe. It’s also - alongside E. Pellicci - its best. They serve breakfast, lunch and dinner here (if you like to dine before 7.30), but it’s really the breakfast you want. Portions are generous without being too much, which is why you should get your plate loaded up with as much as you can afford. The fact that your order will be yelled to the room when it’s ready shouldn’t deter you from being a glutton. There’s no shame here. And hearing Claudia holler ‘full English, beans, all the extras, twice’ is the reason you came.
Where To Eat Breakfast In London
These are the breakfast spots you need to check out when the rest of your day depends on you getting something good inside you.
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Aquavit is a casual fine dining spot in the New St James’s complex off Piccadilly, specializing in Nordic cuisine.
Rochelle Bar And Canteen At The ICA
Rochelle Bar and Canteen at the Institute of Contemporary Arts on The Mall does simple British cooking at the highest levels.
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Native is a casual fine-dining spot in Southwark. It’s trying to be different, and it’s good at it.
Dean Street Townhouse
Everyone needs a reliable go-to restaurant in Soho. Dean Street Townhouse covers every occasion, from solo brunch to dinner with the parents.
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